Universities

Universities in Ireland

University College Cork 231 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
128 Courses
148 Courses
City
Established
Cork
1845
Status
Type
Public
University
Griffith College 239 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
27 Courses
37 Courses
City
Established
Dublin
1974
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
Irish Universities Association 158 Visitors
City
Established
Dublin
1972
Status
Type
Public
University Preparation
National University of Ireland, Galway 89 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
57 Courses
124 Courses
City
Established
Galway
1845
Status
Type
Private
University
University College Dublin 90 Visitors
Undergraduate
94 Courses
City
Established
Dublin
1908
Status
Type
Private
University
Institute of Technology Sligo (IT Sligo) 67 Visitors
City
Established
Sligo
1970
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
Trinity College Dublin 74 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
107 Courses
113 Courses
City
Established
Dublin
1592
Status
Type
Private
University
Letterkenny Institute of Technology 73 Visitors
City
Established
Letterkenny
1977
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
Dublin City University (DCU) 71 Visitors
City
Established
Dublin
1975
Status
Type
Private
University
Institute of Technology Tralee 68 Visitors
City
Established
Kerry
1977
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
Institute of Technology Blanchardstown 59 Visitors
City
Established
Dublin
1999
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
Institute of Technology Tallaght (ITT Dublin) 53 Visitors
City
Established
Dublin
1992
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
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Welcome to Ireland!

Ireland is a beautiful green country located in northwest Europe. It is an island that is separated from Great Britain by the Irish Sea. For a small country, Ireland has made a big impact on the global stage. The Land of Saints and Scholars has given the world a wealth of artists and musicians, pioneers and entrepreneurs, scientists and sporting heroes, and unforgettable hospitality to our many welcomed visitors. Ireland's beauty, cuisine, and culture are world-renowned too, but there's more reasons than these to study there. One of the safest and cleanest locations in the world, an English-speaking country with excellent transport links to its European and North American neighbours, makes Ireland is a study destination worth considered.

Studying Abroad in Ireland

Ireland is an English-speaking country with close cultural, economic and educational links with  the Englishspeaking world. Ireland a dynamic, lively, modern country with a young population and a successful, technologically orientated economy. Ireland is also a country with cultured, cosmopolitan cities renowned for its beautiful, unspoiled countryside and scenery.

Study in Ireland

Ireland boasts over 30 Higher Education Institutions which themselves offer over 5,000 courses across all academic disciplines, from medicine, science, technology, and engineering, to business, law, and the humanities as well as the creative, visual and performing arts.

All courses on offer lead to internationally recognized, and quality assured qualifications. In addition, courses often include work placement and intern opportunities so studying in Ireland can also kick start a successful graduate career. This is no surprise given that Ireland has become the European hub for more than 1,000 leading multinational companies, who have established very strong links with our universities, all of which are ranked in the top 5% globally.

Scholarships are available, but students are also entitled to work while studying in Ireland. What's more, an international graduate from an Irish institution has the option to stay in Ireland for at least one year to seek employment.

Scholarships to Study in Ireland

Ireland offers an enriching learning experience without parallels. Highly rated for its first rate education and rigorous evaluation process, Irish education lay stress on skill development and flexibility. Though a modernized country, Ireland retains its old charm, tradition and hospitality. As a student you are sure to be mesmerized by this land of ‘’saints and scholars’’. The government of Ireland and some universities in Ireland also offer some scholarship programmes and financial aids for their students.


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